Third-person singular simple present indicative form of demand.(verb)
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Use "demands" in a sentence
"The defence secretary is facing twin demands from the Treasury: to cut over 10 years a £38bn "overspend" left by Labour and then to introduce cuts of at least 10% in his budget over the next spending period from 2011-14."
"But the country's youth-based pro-democracy movement has criticized the proposed changes for not meeting what they called "demands for a true separation of powers.""
"You get justifiably angry against your spouse's controlling demands for keeping the apartment clean, and the one thing that seems to make them reduce their demands is the fear of your angry outburst."